Perth-based SSE signs up to Armed Forces Covenant

SSE - Armed Forces Covenant - Major employer SSE has demonstrated a commitment to supporting serving and ex-services personnel as it signed the Armed Forces Covenant. The energy firm has committed to a package of support for serving and ex-forces personnel and
their families. It includes additional leave for training, support for those with family away on service and recruitment efforts to support ex-servicemen and women considering a career in energy. Picture shows; Air Vice Marshal Ross Paterson, Air Officer Scotland, left and John Stewart, HR Director of SSE, sign the Armed Forces Covenant during the event at the Black Watch Museum, Balhousie Castle, Perth, Wednesday, 20 November 2019.



©Stuart Nicol Photography, 2019
SSE - Armed Forces Covenant - Major employer SSE has demonstrated a commitment to supporting serving and ex-services personnel as it signed the Armed Forces Covenant. The energy firm has committed to a package of support for serving and ex-forces personnel and their families. It includes additional leave for training, support for those with family away on service and recruitment efforts to support ex-servicemen and women considering a career in energy. Picture shows; Air Vice Marshal Ross Paterson, Air Officer Scotland, left and John Stewart, HR Director of SSE, sign the Armed Forces Covenant during the event at the Black Watch Museum, Balhousie Castle, Perth, Wednesday, 20 November 2019. ©Stuart Nicol Photography, 2019